Some of the West Country’s proudest sons and daughters will be waving the flag for Bristol and its best music venue.

For anyone who dares to suggest that modern clubbing no longer has the power to innovate, show them Bristol’s Motion. An old converted skate park with a network of Victorian warehouses, it’s one of the largest independently owned venues in the UK and was voted one of the top clubs in the world by DJ Mag within only 12 months of opening, with guests ranging from Deadmau5 to Jamie Jones. Even more importantly though, Motion has fast turned into a symbol of the city's own emergent electronic scene, helping to put Bristol on the map for the first time since The Wild Bunch, Full Cycle and the heydays of trip hop. So it's only fitting that for Revolutions In Sound, they invited some of the city's figureheads across generations to play their capsule, including drum & bass veteran DJ Die (who'll play alongside vocalist Jenna G) and fast-rising UK house producer Eats Everything.